Kenyanstar of the Week-Michael Abwamba

Kenyanstar’s Emisiko Andwati found time to have an interview with former Kenyan Criket national team player Michael Abwamba. Mike as many are fond of calling him had a very promising career that came to an abrupt end after playing for the Obuya Cricket Academy, Swamibapa, Kenya Kongonis, the U19 and senior Kenya national teams. In the interview, Mike explains how it happened that he left playing at such an early age and how he ended up as a coach at Jaffery Academy in Arusha, Tanzania. 

Sammy Pamzo Omollo; From Cricket to Football

On a dry and chilly morning I find myself at Camp Toyoyo deep inside Jericho Estate in Nairobi Eastlands area. Nowadays the area can be called near East, as Nairobi has expanded eastwards making Kayole…

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Look again, Okumbi is not the problem

I have no apologies to make for standing in Stanley Okumbi’s corner even when experienced scribes like Clay Muganda are coming puffing and punching at the soft spoken tactician. There are many problems with Kenyan…

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Football Match is won in the 50-50 balls

You have heard that whoever wins the midfield battle in football wins the match. This is why coaches are tweaking their midfield play and players so as to have an edge over an opponent. There…

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Khwisero Sports Academy Giving Youth A Sporting Chance; An Interview With Gibson Amenya

Sports plays an integral part in any child’s development. It instills and teaches the need for discipline, It keeps the mind fresh for academic excellence, It keeps the young ones, and even the not so young, away from various ills of life. It also presents itself as an alternative career path. These are the reasons a group of seven Kenyans founded the Khwisero Sports Academy, to give the youth of Khwisero in Kakamega county a sporting Chance.